Author: Richard Huskisson

Two Teens Turn Good Deeds Into Nationwide Effort – GNSOTD Tue, Jun 2nd 2020

Two friends from Montgomery Blair High School, in Maryland, have taken something they were doing for their own family and turned it into a nationwide effort. Dhruv Pai, 16, and Matt Casertano, 15, were both buying groceries for their grandparents

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Fishermen Donate Big Catch.

A group of fishermen in Hawaii had a lucky day at sea and decided to use their catch to feed their local health care workers. The group caught two yellowfin tuna totaling 220 pounds. The fish was sent to a

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Walking To 100, World War II Vet Walking For Charity – GNSOTD Mon, Jun 1st 2020

Mickey Nelson from Clarks Grove, Minnesota has decided to follow Captain Tom’s inspiration, and is doing his own Walking to 100. Only instead of walking 100 laps in his back garden, he’s going to walk 100 miles through his home

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ONEchurch Brantford Food Drive June 13th

The ONEchurch annual food drive is entering it’s second year at a very challenging and desperate time. Since the COVID-19 Pandemic hit Food Bank use has sky-rocketed and donations were down just when it started. That is a bad combination

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YouTube Channel For Kids Without Dads – GNSOTD Fri, May 29th 2020

A lot of kids grow up without the guidance of their fathers, and did Rob Kenney, of Kent, Washington. His father left when he was a teenager. Rob has decided to put his experience to work and in doing so

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Occupancy Of New Brantford Affordable Housing Development Begins Monday, June 1st.

Yesterday, the City is pleased to announce that occupancy of the new supportive housing development on Marlene Ave, featuring 30 new housing units will begin June 1, 2020. The studio apartments will house 30 of the city’s most vulnerable citizens.

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A Plane Flying From Germany To Italy Made A Basic Mistake – They Didn’t See If The Airport Was Open.

If you’ve ever gone somewhere and found it was closed and felt a little foolish for making that mistake; you can probably let that feeling go now – because this story is WAY worse. A plane carried passengers from Germany

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Seniors Entertaining Seniors Pirate Style – GNSOTD Thur, May 28th 2020

One of the most vulnerable groups of our society has also been one of the most closely monitored during this COVID-19 Pandemic, and that’s Seniors. Seniors have had to be on complete lock down all around the world. That leads

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Special Weather Statement For Possible Heavy Rain Thursday, May 28th 2020

Environment Canada has issued a Special Weather Statement about the potential for heavy rain Today, as a weather system could bring up to 40 millimetres of rain to the area. Though as of this morning the forecast is calling for

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Why Is Finland So Happy? You Can Find Out For Free!

Finland is known as one of the happiest places on earth. For the past three years (including this year, in the middle of a pandemic), it has been ranked number-one on the United Nations’ World Happiness Report. What’s their secret?

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